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Financial.
For tin Inr^tment. or ■ speculation.— and financial history •hoar* it, - there is no better
Btor-k than a good copper.
To fin.l ■ new, good copper is almost Impossible, and a glimpse at the history cf
•^coppers- arftl sliow why the copper pi-oducers of to-day are prac-tlballv the same as
tw«»niy-tivo yf>nrs ago.
For thirty-seven years I have been In stocks— In "coppers.".' For the past fiftoon years
I tare had thp first chance at nearly all tho newly discovered '*od|ipers." and during the
Ins- ion years 1 bare had tbe first rhance, with hardly a single exception. In this time.
for the -Standard Oil" and myself I have examined about -.<»h> properties sufficiently to
ascertain values, some propositions requiring but inspection of papers, while In others
temporary possession and management w.-is necessary for final judgment. In .ill these I
ha'-o found but four good "coppers" — Butte, Triniou'iitnin. Copper I lunge and Trinity. 1
t<iok <;reene over and dropped it after running ii for sixty days.
Since the Trinity luoveuient began I have i"«.n deluged with copper propositions — -
from all classes of people, from all parts of the world -under .-ill matter of terms and
conditions.
Sample: A New York "copper" fairly well under way In Wall Street offered me calls
on one-half its capital stock— rails which showed me $3,000,000 at the time of taking
them «nd which at the cliruaxing .if a successful campaign, would probably have shown
from 8C.000.000 to 18.000,000. These calls were offered to me If 1 would handle the trade.
markettrii*e. No capital was t.. be put up by me. and the widely known New York Stock
Exchange house who made the proposition and who are now bundling th? market end
Tv*»r<» to put up $14500,000 In cash. I examined the property anil the preliminary inspection
made me conclude that it would N> poor judgment to pay $10,000 for the entire property
ri. I Bbotred me also that if I allowed any of my following to load up 011 the stock at any
prio*» I would he worse than a highwayman.
Man Th** Trinity movement began I hare examined and turned down twenty-seven
different copper properties, all .if which on paper looked good enough to ";ro further." My
two experts, the same engineers who examined nil of my propositions In the early days
af Amnlganiflted. have been busy for me day and night.
At las? it looks as If I have found ■ good copper— fin exceptionally good one. one of
the kind which is worth f40.0f10.000 to $100,000,000. one of the kind whoso million slmres
Bf ft oik. now selling at around •«. might jump t.i 40 and then work toward 100. I now
have my experts in the mines, and if they Indorse the preliminary report 1 will take the
Retire market management of toe stock, and I will duplicate th" Success of Trinity.
BUT —
HIT
BUT
1 do not advise the purchase of ••; share of the stock now or until I have received
the report of my pants. If this report Is what present conditions indicate it will be.
I -will unqualifiedly odvi««- and in a newspaper advertising campaign.— the purchase
Ropton. Frbruarj 27, 180?
•Ap The proportio? r>.'l.i<">ininc Tli«» Ntrada-T'Tah'* are ownffl largely in England, I \r:!i jhH <irr.nt Britain to BJJ ndTertisißf rentre«!
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
BUFFALO. ROCHBmnS *• PITTSaTL'atG.
I!*r7. 1908. livvv
Ntftber of miles . . . SIS M* i~'-<
TWrf week in Feh... tl**.l«ii IUS.4AI *132.1<>S
July 1 to K«b. :i k^2t.rM 8.784.2G8 &.212.991
CANADIAN PACIFIC. -• .
TrirS r.»ek in K- iv .. fI.Mt.MO *l OOT.t»<iO trß2.oot>
July Ito F»b. 21 44.252.000 ?.S <"*> ; 52^.°T.624
CHICAGO TERMINAL TstAXarKft.
Th^ri w»*"k in Fer> 551.889 tS3.<W7 ' J27.107
JulyltoFeb.il/. . 1 OKI 222 1.117.1T8 ' r>s7.7*7
GRAND TP.VNK STETE3I. -- -
Number it rr.l>« *.«•* 4.<V>2 * 4.<W2
Third week In F*b «WJ7.flSl $e30.7«» »47«.22fl
July 1 to Feb. SI 27,*!>2,613 -_'-*-.-".24 28 :tt#fc
lO'.'.a CENTRAL
Nurrber nf - .« .. .Vis :.'.- 858
Third T-eek In F»l . . M 1.413. 413 153.77* »4S.H»*
July 1 to F*b. 21 . 2.066.323 J. 024.831 1,860.305
I>DI IPVIM.K * NASH\*iL.r.n. ;',
Thfrfl week in Feb 1589.K25 187&44 A *(■•&.*• ,4V.
Jarf 1 •- ■ Feb. 21 .%».»*7.151 27.W»,e»7 2-Vi21.229
MINNEAPOUP *■ PT. UatTiß.
Number nt miles W» TOO - €42
Third week in Feb ... *flf>.2W. •.'."• T«« IM.RM
July 1 to Feb. 21 2.440.2*2 2.452.i'1» 1.f»31t.«.V.
PT. LOUIS SOCTJrtWKSTSRN."
S-nmber of mi'e* : 2M I.KM 1.2««
Third week In Feb . 5219.10S ?1JW.248 J107.!t«2
Jaly 1 to Feb. 21 «. 860.306- 5.ei».6»7 MW.«J7
■OGTHBUI RAILWAY.
Number of n-iles 7..V.2 7.4«« 7.300
IMra v«»k in :-. • ri.ia.BM 51. 121.431 5»24.5W4
July 1:o Feb. 21 36.0 M.128 34.354.r..'»l BI 196.A19
TF.XAS & PACIFIC.
TUrd a«eh 1n r«s>.... 5310.35S ?200.7ft". 1200.132
July Ito Feb. 21 1 >.74«.«M fi SOB •» 8,707,52 l
tc»:^ktx>. St. Lona & wuibkx
TbirU m«ek Ib >eb ... »7«.<)7C ie3.4fiH MT.gg
July I\ a F»b. 21 2.65*2.026 2.683.53S 2,411.858
ATCHISON. tOPBKA * SANTA ff:
M-r. •;> of January — .
!C<Uober of -Wile,. . . . 0.2.-.W 5. l«t V 3".
Grow earr.ir.«* . .... |7.«a5.253 $f. 7R-l.t«efi $5,407,741
Operadas eipenser . 20r.7:.! 4.365.972 3.53«.331
NX f in!np |3.4«.M8 12.595.934 *J.r,rtK4i..
Taxe. *r.A renta't . 210.022 »O\B*J >»0.607
Burplu» t2.37ft.«M »2.IK».RM $1,877,803
Gr^ 88 V el-,r^ln"'e 1 -,r^ln"'. ~..5*3.271.76.-. MS.«a.«XM J40.022.52R
OperatlßC expense* X 3.001.253 ».«0«.9« 25.874.C55
Net earnings 7 trios. .$20270.512 |17.h.-14..-.i:'. $14 145.77?,
Tmm and rental 1.474.728 ; 1.4M.W6 .1.287.917
f» Jrp ; us $18.7»57784 »1«.40».<«: »12.e«0.65«
BfFFALO. ROCHEFTER &' niTHßLpni
Month Of Januarj— _
1 " 1 "■:: •««■»• *7«**72 Noj.m
ST.Maas....: «2«.IWJ >».«« 415.858
Set earnings »345.«72 *».«« |t*UH
«4i ! <i,«:-« ': 3I MJKW »5.8^.f72 f4.fU.ttt
OterlthTs Texperses »;»12.7tP 2.^2-1.. ? 2.872.008
Ne. eemir.r«7 m0..."»L9^«25 "$2 atT.MI J1.941.621
that, or SEW JERSEY.
'USS?£&£S£^ k™** *2.0r,2.42s ii'<a,«»
Set M is>r $W6.207 «*tt.olo r71».782
Renew. i.' avMttioawasM) 104 4-7
Irrjrovrm-nts B«.W 144^20 *"*•*-'
n»l».r-e ..;. $7S*.Ciei $7J7^»O $816,315
C-ha "& \ nd ' iaies' . . . _ «41>73 4{W.ttM jVOl^
terp]M |157.«48 MM.TN *114.137
'ir^ ear^ln^'' 31 ~.51.-.4«».51>1 $M.«3f1.709 f13,04C.iM
6pelttiSr«at«MM -.. 5.0T4.M7 7 4W>2/. «.7^..0v:.
:.t '-rninrs 7 awa. $7.4 11. :..-.* $7.553.554 je.523.093
n.'n'i* ..2.431 ■ '-»« 1
rWUuoe . K4.~«!N>.IS» J*5.2f1«.62rt «.'..3.'*.:»i '»
' -»ra.« and U^.:.! «,4sl,7g> 3,167.217 3.1«8.050
Pa^lu, $3.217.25S $3,102,400 $2.1!>1.«W
AIRORA. F.f>i;iN- *: CHICAGO.
Month of January— 1007. '«•<>». Changes. (
'.'*-,,.,.,.,.,;«• . $««J»2 f«>.2M In, J«.«34
operating expenses .. .V 5.167 ; SL2O9 Inc. _ 4.59S
Net eamiiiJts J32.72-". $2S.J»S:» ' Inc. J3.7.T!
a ™na«es.... Ml 24,441) '"' t««
Kurj.lu, $0,234 $4,540 Inc. $I,«H>4 j
F"rt-r> July 1 10 Jan. ■'•' —
Or(.Na Earnings ..... t7M.«M $712, 4&1 Inc. $77.24»
«'l»ratin)c expenses .. 41!».S»S 376.701 Inc. 43.237
>;« earnings $.TC9.7«>l $335. *¥» Inc. $34,011
Charges and ta«ea.... 183.180 171.00.1 Inc. 12.0tt.-J
S.irr,lus HMJII $1(J4,5»7 Inc. $21,918
'HKKTKRKIKI.I) * LANCASTER.
•r^TlASr^" $..«*. MM m, »..»7i
Opemtlne expense..., ->*>•• •••■ MM 804
■Vet earning* $2,118 *'.'»' Inc. $1,107
July 1 to Jan. 31 —
*lrrmm oarninx* {27.434 $21,071 Inc. $f1.3«3
O^eratlnjc rxpn.»r*... 16.3311 12. 754 Inc. 3.582
■m earning HI4M $8,817 ir.r. $2^78: ;
■< I 1111 & MDTHNRT
HoaUi < ' Jan. a
:•-.*• *»njmfca Jf».4!^t $4,074 in-. $4>!rt '
O»W*U«g t*!*-n»*-». . «.723 3.47« In . 3.24<» i
,N't A«m:n£S 12.7C8 |I.IM In. . $1.370
July 1 to Jan. SI —
Cnxs . H'l.inßTi -|.M,7H!t 1*4. m.% Inc. t20.23S
"s"r»'trts expenses . 86.5«4 21.87 C Inc. IS.OO*
Km «tni'.,|' $1 «.S» *'-j.'.«y Im7 |i.'j-'<»
GET READY ON •
To the Holders of
Seaboard Air Line Railway 3- Year 5% Bonds,
Due March 1. 1907.
This company has tnad< an arrangemen l with th» Continental Trust Company of Haltlm-ire. Maryland, to *'
tend th< •« •■ of its M-.rtjraK* sn-i' collateral Trust Five Pel Cent, Three Y oar GoM Coupon Bond« l«u*d und<-r
Its atartCßS* and Collateral Trust A«rr«»^ni»nt, dated Marrh I, :'""" •■• and with the <Vntln»ntal Trust Company "T
the city '•" New York (now 'li p New York Truat Company!) ani \Vll!»rd V. Kin*. maturing Marrh 1, ''"""■
According t'> th» frms Of tbll arranc«m»nt. the Railway Company l« to extend ihe l«>n<!« from March 1
IDOT. to May I, ISII. with Inter*!-' at tli<« ratp of five' jmr cent, per annutn. payable semi annually tm the first
<^h>« of Se;-.- ; and March in »-ach y#ar (except that •'.« final Instalment shall »■' Interest for two month!
payable May 1, H>lli at the office <,f The N»w Tork iru Company, the li«n of said afortsjasTa and Collateral
TruFt ArrfftnPTit :.-.t«-.l M<ir.-!i I. 1904. no^ fecuring tli«* Haid l.ondf. to contlnu* unimpaired,
The right to pxtrnd as above has Ij^et: r<-s<-rved to pucli of the present holdi as !«hali depoalt their bonds
for that purpose with thr i -ontlr.ent(.l Truvt Compa Balttniore, Maryland, on or twforw March I, 1907. At the
time of «uch <!»-r'O«it tl py shall als> receive a compensation In <aFh of $20 for eaoh bond
The infrp.*! An" Jlarch 1. i>iT on th* s;iia bunds will !«• <a"h«-.f at the tlnw of tho depoill of th^ bonds for f\
t«r>fon. upon surrender to The Continental Trust Compaay of lialtlmor-». Maryland, of the coupons due March 1.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY.
IIT ALFRED WALTER. PRESIDENT.
BALTIMORE. February 7. mO7.
R^ferrin* to th» above notice, »•« ire [.if-par'fi In r*celve at our offli*' on and aft»r February 11. 1607, any
,if ■■■ abov mentioned bonds Of th« S*ab-)ard Air I.in* Railway for exrcnrliin, on.l to make the ra»h pnwn'nt
of twenty dollars (S3O) on each bond, and ai?.. the Interest due March i !'.■•':. ns abn\* ln<l|co!i>d. The holder
of such bonds ... - such extension should ■:. , i*il the fame promptly nt our ofllr-p. li»ltlni«>ro. In crder that thr
extension acrrement and coupon* for interes* accruing thereunder msv be attached lher#( Dei siting hol>i<r!>
will recelv* r»"ct-l|it«, • > x<hanK< i ablc for extended bonds a* noun as the »xtens!^n contract *nl coupon* can be at
ttche.l ih'reto. The rlniit ir> extend CUcl) bonds will •• ri,: :.at.. on Mnrcl. l lOOT, n: i after that date no bo:idi
will 1)" extejlded. All bond«; not so extf-nderi will be imr< liascd by tlie undersigned at par on Merrh 1. lU>7. Roni!i
not «--xtrn.:ed wlil not draw ;nt«r»« ■■"" MHrrh 1. -"' 7
The N«>-.v York Tru?i Company, New York, and E. H. Rollins * Bona, Boston, are Bmh'.rlzod to accept deposit
of th<? bonds.
THE CONTINENTAL TRUST COMPANY.
"' S. DAVUBi WARFIEM). PRESIDENT.
BALTIMORE, MAT VI. \M-
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.
LENTEN OUTINGS
TO
ATLAf^JTBC
CITY
Saturdays, March 2, 9, 16 and 23
(COVERINO PALM SUNDAY.)
SIO AND $12
Cover* round-trip transportation and two
days' board, according to hotel selected.
Through trains will leave New York on
above dates at 9.55 A.M.. 1.25 and 2.55 P.M.
FLORIDA V
TOURS 6l TICKETS
10 DAYS to 31 DAYS. ALL EXPENSES. *5. i to $2.&.
St Aucuatlne Orniond. Palm IJeach. Nassau and Cuba.
INDEPENDEN? TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES.
Pictorial and descriptive iiamiiHet sent free. Address
THOS T HENDRICKSOK'S TOTIBB,
143 FULTON ST. (cor. Washington!. BROOKLYN. N. T.
Instruction.
For Both Sexes— City.
TIi:: IIERLITZ SCHOOL OK LANGUAGE;".
Madison Kquare (1122 Broadway).
HARLEM BRANCH Lenox a.c. cor. l?Sth st
BROOKLYN BRANCH 73 Court st
NEWARK BRANCH Scheuer Building
Over 300 branches In leading cute*.
NEW TERMS BEC.iKNINC NOW.
TOMBIGBEE VALLKV.
Mi .nth 'if January —
rtniH earnings.. . IB.AA!* f 1.673 Inc. $1,704
Op«raUng .-xp'n»'»... t.Stt 2,718 Inc. 1,023
Sfe* »ainl;is* *.'.-iis I'.'.'.BT in.-. «271
July 1 to Jan. HI -
Oroiiß earnlr.(f» $li..>"! $12,!C1 Inc. S3 010
Ol*r»tlng cipfnttn... 10.923 sine, •„,.. ■j.lhh
N*t earnings •• fv.;n f 4.018 Inc. $1,004
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1007.
Financial.
NOTICE.
Excursions.
Financial.
of \}\n stock fit any price under 20, Just as 1 advised In Trinity, but if the report should
show the mine to !><■• the usual run of new "coppers" I will give the report to the
public and withdraw from any participation In the stock or property.
My reason for (riving this notice now is because ii has leaked out thai 1 hare pur
chased nnd taken options on 530,000 share';, a majority of the Ncvndn-Utnh. Rumor
li.is magnified this :'t<t until now many are buying the sioek in the belief that I have
enlisted in it. Because of some of the known values of the Nevada-Utah mines (the.
Comet, for Instance, •« the other half of th ■ Cactus, the recent Newliouse purchase
which has R. 000.000 tons of ore in sight, and whose (VNMXH) share* are selling at $-0
per share) rim] liocniise of the unusual confidence of the management of the property,
some, of whom I personally know, and know to be reliable men and able mining ex
perts. I have already made a large purchase of the stock, but I would havo the pub
lic understand that this fact «!■••■> no) mo in I have enlisted for the Nevada Utah
campaign.
ii means only thai I have seen enough to Induce me "to take a gamble*' on the
property until I uctufllly know for myself how good or how bud it is. for I will say
right here that this Nevada campaign of nine will not be on the same princi
ples m - Trinity. In Trinity l sold at 10 a very large amount of my stock, which I knew
to be worth 7."> to P*'. 1 sold it mi 1<» before putting it t.i !<>. then to 75. and then I<mi.
•ii.it the public, instead of myself, would make the profit. Hut in this case 1 will say.
frankly and publicly, thai I Intend to make at least half the profit with the public
in the Nevada-Utah campaign.
I irust that none of my following will buy any Nevada stock because of my
connection with ii until I give the. word, which I will do at the earliest possible in".
When I give the word, the stock. because of my known connection with It. may have
worked up to 10, but 1 assure all Intending buyers that they 1 hi better afford to pay
io. or even 1.*.. with positive knowledge of Its -worth, than they can afford to pay »'. or 7
for it without such knowledge.
I ask the public, particularly my following, to bear in mind that the only suc
cessful stock campaign is the one worked upon tl"'t 1 "' principles of the present Trinity
movement, one which is not begun until its sponsor.-, are sure of all existing conditions.
Such a campaign is bound 10 bo (Successful. The Nevada -I'tah I now believe is goimr
to be one of the successful campaign*, but, as In at least two other instances — one th->
Greene- l hfiv<> wen "coppers" -with an outlook us {rood as Nevada-Utah's c<> up in
mist when the men who really know mines got into their vitals, 1 emphatically advise
Intending buyers to wait.
During ill** time I must await my experts" report I will advertise daily through
out America and Europe^ the story of Nevada Utah on the supposition that my ex
ports* reports will bear out my expectation?, and that my following may be ready
hen ( give the word.
In the mean time I repeat my advice on one properly that I know all about, -
Trinity: Buy it. buy it now. and hold it for 7.". and for 100 and over.
THOMAS W. LAWSON.
NKU YORK. lehrinr? 7. l">0'
( 'it if Hotels.
HOTEL
GRENOBLE
56TH ST. AND 7TH AY.
A SELECT FAMILY AND TRANSIENT HOTEL.
51. 50 |i>t day and up.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE RATH.
JJ.'iO 1 1 <•• »- day :mi! up.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE:.
Open until i^ p. M. Music
WILLIAM P. CHARE.
. i - ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT: pr
»N. • .i. hath; H.f><» dally; including meat", two, $23
weekly; ... $13. THE ALABAMA. 18 Ea»l 11th »t.
HOTEL ALBANY »ml Cril!»K» Inn, Southeaal Corner
11. Broadway ■.. ■! -n>: RL— The College inn l.i the motl
unique room In New York, Don't fall to km- it
HOTEL KNDICOTT
in the -uni »:.'gaiii comfortalile :.rui homailk* ot*l
si pooplo In the CMI ' "■■ ■ :■■<:. Writ" fet
Citations.
milE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP NEW YORK, Tn
L th'- erncf- of Ood. free Htvl lndpr'»n'l*nt. to Howard
A hchermerhorn. a §on of deceased; William 11. B<hei
merhorn. a »"n of .le.-afei. Rmitlln* null, a rlaushtcr „f
rt'oawrt; Rebecca - Jacobin, Individually and -i- Bxevn
l-U or Bamu*l M ,larobu». a le<-eixe,i Executor: John B.
Jacobuw. a m n and Bxecutor of Bamuel M. Jacobus, ■•■
docenried i:xe..i' r; i"h»rle« tirlffen an Kirecutor .; 5.,.
i:el If, Jacobus, a i#-.-e.r.-.i i\ ,i'r R.i rah I. Jameson,
ii daughter of Samuel V Jacobus, ■ deceased I .\- ■■:•■>.[
Ada J. .!a<-..i.us. v datifhter of Samuel M .!»<■.,.,«, a da
ceased i:« ■■;■■'. Frances Bchertnerhorn, arlfi and ne»t
of kin of John J. SrhemiThorn. a to «-.,; prandßun nn.:
1-piilre of 'I l**d. regldlnK at v■ ■• own, i*onn • Mice
A. auerden-Mejrlll. a rranddaujrhter and i»KutH-. »•/ d>
eased, r>-«idlni« 'it Riverside, California, ord to nil per-
Funs Interested In the <-Htnt. of Horatio Bchermerhorn.
lute of the County ol New YorSe, tic eased ■« creditor*,
lentees. next of kin ■■! otherwise stricl KreetlnK: You
and each of yo>i are hereby -n.-.l and required* personal!:
to i. and appeal hef.ire OUT Hurrogata of ii,. COlint> of
New York, at the Burrog^tes 1 Court or said County.
held nt the County CVr^.rt M"'"" 'n •:.■ -...■.' of New
York, on tlie 2ttt!i day of March, 1007. at half pp H st ten
o'clock In the forenoon ..t thai day, I hen an>! there tn
attei I ,i Judicial s<-ttleni"iit ■•? the. account of proceed
ing* of ' II ■■.; . A. Bchermerhorn, an sole lurvlvlng Em
ecu tor tf th* Laai Will and Testament of iald deceased:
and suoli of you -«* <""■ hereby cited, ai ar t under th>"
a«e of twenty-one years, art required to appeal »v your
guardian If you have one, or II you have none, to ..j.'p^Hr
and apply for one t.> be. appointed r,r In the avenl i'
your neglecl or failure to do *o a guardian will be ap
pointed bi the Burrogat< to represent nnd act for you In
the proceeding;-
In Testimony Whereof, We ha.»» .... the Seal of the
Surrogates' Court of th« said t\mnly of New York to l.c
hereunto afilxed. WItMH Hon. Frank T Pit*
[I* S.J gerald. a Surrogate of our said County, at th*
County of New York, the 21«t day ,( January,
Ir. th« year or our U>ri one thousand nir.o hundred mid
seven. UAItiM, J. DOWDNBY, Clerk of the .-urr.jsit*><
»-.,.|rt.
School Agency.
AMERICAN AND FORKION T2ACIIKRS* ACJENO*
{uoplie* Professor*. Teachers, Tutor*. Ouvemessea, etc..
\j Colle(«». Bciiooin and Families. Apply to
Mrs. U. J. TOUNQ-FLLTON. 23 Vtilon Square.
Financial.
T w. r*
Winter Resorts
NEW JRRSEY
Hotel Dennis
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Occupies one. half square of unobstructed braeh front.
■»t fireproof addition of 100 rooms and baths with aea
nd fresh water
Moat favorably located and best appointed hotel In I
i* North for winter business
WALTER J. BI'ZBV.
CHALrONTE
Atlantic City, N. J.
ALWAYS OPLN. |
ON TUt, BLACH. IIRLPROOF
CRN!) FOR LITERATL'P.r.
THE. LE.C.DS COMPANY j
S}arlborougl)=ffi!enbeim
ATLANTIC < ITV. N. .1.
OPEN ALL Tim YK.vi:
Tiens to announce the Installation on Noi ember ' '
or ihlte li^lp thruughou Its illnlnic room service, '
hoth American and ■ la carte.
The spacious outdoor plan and heated Indoor sun
parlors overlooking the Ocean and the Boardwalk are
among the moil attractive features at this l::ie of .
J ear.
The Marll ik-i. Blenheim music. which, under the !
direction of Louis oil. has become noted, continues
every evenlns liiruuKhout tl'e year.
•IOSIAII tVUITi: 4; SONS.
Proprietors and Mnnngon. i
HADDON HALL I
ATLANTIC CITY. X. .i. i
Ai»r ys open. On Ocean Front. j
rourtfoua attention Homelike •urrountllnK*, :
Kvr> comfort,
riookiet hi). l calendar on application
. LEEDS * LIPpINCOTT.
HOTEL TRAYMORE
OX THK OCEAN FRONT.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
A magnificent ten-story flre-proof addition '« lust '
telng ci>!iipl<-i«d. making this lamom hostelry the new
er! and moit up-to-date of Reach Front Hotel* Ked
roe-ma averazlnK 1!* feel squire, and every room Wita
an 0.-eun view, bath attached, a-a and fresh water '
Telephones and >'liev»i Spacious solarium iJolf :
lirlvljeßen Writ* for Illustrated Rnoklet
Chat U. MarqneiU, TiUYMORf! ii"TKt, CO.
Manager n. 9 W!IITE. President.
Till KSI»AV. MARCH TI!K 7TII. 1907.
THE SHELBURNE
of ATLANTIC 1 CITY.
under the Hanio management, will be Inaugurated at «
strictly modern EI'IIDPKAN HOTEL
BPACIOL'S I'lir-'.N'lt C.1t11.1.. WHITE KERVICK
COHMOOIOt.'S ROOMS, EN SUITE WITH nATKs,
add to 'li. charm of tha i Item improvements. maU
in. this celebrated place ilouh'y attractive Ami mm
fortable to Its patrons.
Reservations ma) now he made,
IACOB WRIKEU Manager.
SEASIDE HOUSE.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Directly on the 0.-ran front, overlooking the Steel Pier.
L'r excelled and modern In every particular. parity SOU.
S-;i water hath* with suites or public. steam heated sun
parlor* Ti>- table and service are of the hlfhe»t
• lanlai.l Auto at train*. Booklet.
K. p. COOK * SON.
"the pennhurst
Ocean end Ml hiKin Avt." Atlantic City, N. .1 Knomi en
■ ulie. null Imtti*; Inrjr distance 'phon>)» In rooms; ele
vator to straat. Special Spring rates., \VM R. HOOD.
THE CLARENDON.
Virginia .»v#. ft BmmH, Atlantic City. N. J. M. D. Nlaman.
Trust Companies.
Executor Trustee
Chartered J. 821 >
The Farmers' loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street,
Branch, 475 Fifth Avenue:
New York.
Administrator
! MQRBISTQWN TRUST GO.
MCRRISTOWN. N. J.
PAYS 3% INTEREST
en Daily Balances. Subject t»
Check, Payable in N. Y. Funds.
c < k:tai< . ifS<O.OO9
SIKI'LL'S AND PROFITS. Ji.3oO.UOW
I
| fAMCEL FREEMAN. PHESIDENT.
i AurtUn D Hull, Vlce-Frr».
VTHlard Vv". Cutler. 3d Taw l~laa
Jro 11. B. CotiPll. Secy.
Harry A. Van iflWIfT. Treaa.
Ralph a, au«aO. Atsi. bee > & Treav
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ORGANIZE
ATI..AS TRUST COMPANT.
W». ;h«> un Iw^lii.'.!. hereby BITS notli-*> of our Inten
tion to organize a Trust Company under and pursuant to
th" laws of ti-.o Stats of New York, and in ••onformlty
wi-.h lIM BtatUl* In such case made a-:a pir.vi'!»d. Tv«
hereby spacify and !<tat» a? loQowa, to wit:
l'lrst — The names ct thf« proro^fl corpcnlors «r#:
Wllllan J. Rogers. Gvrrtsh M. llllllk»n. John G. I.uh».
.lan.— M. Donald, Frrnrls 11. i.-uir-tf. William H.
3arnar(J. !.•><» Kohr.s, EJwin 11. Sayre, Kilwln K. Tarkson.
•Jr.. Theodore F. Whltmarsh. James B. Nlchol". Daniel
W. Whit more an.l Henry M. I>»v.
Second— Th» ran., .f .;.- [ r>r'"'»' 'l Tiiist Company Is
ATI.AS TRI'ST COMPANY.
ThlrJ — Th«" location of th" proposed Trust Company Is
" be in rCs Irving Bulldlrp. at the. corner of Chambers
anil Hudson Streets. In the Borooata cf Manhattan. City
of New York.
In ■R-ltncjs wharrof are have hereunto afj:xe<l our «lc;na
tures t'-.H Slat day of January. 11)07.
" lI.MAM .T. nOOERS.
UERItISH 11. MiI. LIKEN.
JOHN G. .LUKE.
JAMES M DONALD,
FRANCIS H. L.EOOBTT.
miXIAM H. BAKSXMD,
I.r.E KOHN?.
EDWIN H. SATRK.
EDWIN* E. JACKSON. Jr..
THEODORE F. TVHITMARSH.
JAMES E. NICHOU 1 ?.
I>ANIEI> VT. WKITMORE,
HENRY M. PAT
Dividend Xotices.
ftO OXER TRUST «
>%^- •• BROADS AT
•JlT* cocross r.WABI.F. at THIS office on and after w
»" MARIH 1 ST. 1007. •
American clay Mfp. Co. First •■ Ilfl^na LJght & Railway Co. First "s.
Brooklyn Borough Cos Co. First ss. Hudson Valley Ry. Co. Collateral Trust Ka.
Canton-Akron Railroad Co. First •'■- Indianapolis & Northwestern Traction .- Co.
Columbus. Newark & ZanesviUe Electric Rail- First lac
mail CO. Kir?* .".« '■<;•■•< Throwlns to. First Consolidated 5«.
Cornlngr, X. V.. School District No. 9, 4* Nortbeast«m Cuba Railroad Co. Ftr?t ss.
<"f>rnli\«. N. T. Schoo! District No. 13, 4s. Old Point Comfort Imp. Co. First 4 Vis.
Cuba Eastern Railroad Co. First 6s. Ktl.--Ikli & Cape Fear Rally.ay Co. First :.«.
Charleston Illuminating Co. Refd. & Imp. 4'js. Tarrytown, White Plains & Mamaroneck Rall-
Depew. N. V.. A'illage (Sewers) 4s. way Co First - r >s.
Gainesville Electric R. R. >'• First s*. Washington Central Railroad Co. First 4s.
in MARCO iotii. 1907.
McMuilen Thomas .C Co. Firs? Ca Befinfnajton Electric Co. Refd. ft- Imp. 4'is.
Buffalo & Susquehanna Railroad Company
Preferred St.,, k liitiilen.l No. 19.
The r<-rular quarter!) <llv|(l»-:i<l of IVI (1> PRU
CENT ha* le#h .i-.:,ir.-.i payabM I March '. l:< 07. to
*Ti><-kho!(i-rs at rrcurd February 16, :•■•:
r*. A. i.^ifi: Treasurer.
FI>K * IIOKINSON. M Cedar St.. N. Y.
Transfer Agents.
Buffalo & Susquehanna Iron Company
!i"c Dftirnliire iIJ Itunii-.
I'mipnn No. .". <lv» Marrh I, IlK>7. Will be par! at
maturity at the nrfire of
H>k * ROBINSON. 3.% Ce«lar St., N. Y.
H. I) ('ARSON Secretary ami Treasure*
Louisiana & Arkansas Railway Company
I'irst Mnrtcase .VV •■old llnn>l«
Coupon No. I>. due March I, P.m'T. will be pa!»l at
maturit) at the office of
IISK .V ROBINSON, 35 <»-la.- St.. N. V.
J. a BUCHANAN, Secretary an.l Treasurer.
Winter Resorts.
XKTf JERSEY.
HOTEL "RUDOLF,
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW IERSET.
Directly on Beach; Amertran ami niicman r'ans; 4f*>
orean ■.-.■« moms; 190 svttea. with rrlv«ti» »i water
batb«: i>n«>pcs In rooms: orcl-e«tra. weekly social feature*;
capaolt} l.tiHt; .«•;<( la! srrlnj: rates.
CEAS. R. M rCRS. Own«r.
THE LAKEWOOD HOTEL
LAKEWOOO, N. J.
" The hotel that made Lakewood famou:."
Four hundred hand«erae!y furnished rooms', one-half
en mite, wit!; private baths an.l Ai»n wood (Ires.
Tim rulrtne «nd service <>.|'iai the.*? of the fanwa
restaurant* of New York and Paris A hotel for
those accustomed to tin t"~- - American ami Ban
rexn plan*.
TO LAKEWOOD BY AUTOMOBILE.
Splendid ronds and th* I.aVewiwj.l Hotel Pain Root»>
st the end. The trip may be tn;i<lo fr m N»— Todi
raaU: In three an/! r. ha'f hears. Write ror road
mnu. free
CARL BERGER.
NEW iORK
CRAMATAN
RRONXYILI.K - ----- WTiaUtsaaii* <«... N. v.
19 miles from X V. Open nil tn.> year. Send for
booklet. J •'■ LANNIN CO., Prop*.
FLORIDA.
MAs^Ma^l SA SPRINGS
IYIAIviPSWa-aA hotel
MAGNOLIA SIT.IN'.S. FUJRIUA. Ideal climate,
dry; fiee from mosquitoes Boating. ftihtuO. sl-.oot-
Ing. coif. t«-nnls and bathing .s.-ft. j.ure v.aiet.
Illustrated booklet.
MACSIiMA INN. (3.W par day. O. D. SHAVEY.
VIRGINIA.
Virginia Hoi Springs.
MM rKr.r ELEVATION. OrEN am. THE YUlIt
Water. Hat'a-<, Hotels. Signer-, ami Early .*-Vn»- climate.
SnrtiiT" Equalled.
Rheumatism, sout and nervous dlsrancs curetl; com
plate h.wlri>thera|<rutlu apparatus. Japanese palm room.
Rr.lf. •trtinmliM pool, fine livery ami outdoor |>a*tlme*.
THE NEW HOMKSTBAD Is ino-Jern In the strictest sense
and <>atronlied l>> the hl?l.J=t cl.im; broker's office with
direct" New York vires.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
allows atopovtT at t'ovlngton. Va.. on through tickets to
Cincinnati. t»u!«vllle. Chicago, >t Louis and th* Wast
for aide tilp* to Vliirlnia Hot .-[.rtnfis
Pullnnu compartment car. via Washington, leaves New
York at 4:V. C. M.. arrives SIM ln««. *:2» A. M . Eastern
time. Kz'-iintun tickets at C. &O. office*. 262 Broadway.
SJ.s Bth by*, and office Pennsylvania I:. It. and connect
ing lines- BTERRT. Manatar. Hot Sprloji. V*.
r'REn PTKURY, Mana«ar, Hot Springs. Va.
Trust Companies.
Guardian
I Metropolitan I
|i Com pa ivy pj
■ of the Ctty of ffeto yorK. 9
g 49 Wall St. p
I Capita!, Sumlw & Profits. $9,000,000 I
BKATTO7I IVKs. TrMtdenr. '
|H ANTON A, K.\VE>\ Vk».-Ptm. ESI
>S UfcVKirUY CHEW. M Vic*-Pr«i. ?»*
ifc HEit'fHAil CRt'GKR. Treasurer. S»|
■ J (>;: C. KI.ISCK. S*rT*t*zy. JC3
■ .! >..-: F. Mi'NAMARV Tn)« OflfW. OB
■ III.'i'KHT W. K. ANDERSON. A»s». Tr. BE*
■ r'RKDKBICK K. rRICD. Ant. Sec. >?i
•A DIRECTORS B9
*"Will>»mL.Su!l E. D. M«|r "™1
WAin Carpender. Richard Momrwat.
D Cr»wfmiC!»ri John E. Partons,
Henry W DeFor««. Chvlci M Pr»».
H«!ey Fisk«. AnronA. Ravm.
Charm R. Handcnon. Norman B. Ream.
RobenHoe. John L. Riker.
Brayton l»« George R. ShcMon
Morris K. J«up. J Edv«nrd Siinmaaa. I
Edward B. Judson. John W. Simpson.
Lrw.n Cats Ledrmrd. Joseph J. Siocam.
Robert H. McCardy. Francis 5 Snathcm, I
Bradley Martin. John T Terry. . J I
D. O. Mil I*,1 *, Cc». H«r»y W«rren.-J
JR William A Wn— ■
Franklin
Trust Company;
140 Broadway. Manhattan )v v ritv ,
164-166 Montague St.. Brooklyn *" ¥# wuy
Capital. >orplu« and C.A tZ(\f\ (\C\C\
Lndivldrd Prtrflts over 34,3UU,UUU
GEORGE H. aOrTWABD. PrgahlasM. :
Financial.
INVESTORS READ
The Wall Street Journal
Dividend Xotices
Mlnn^apulU * St I.ouU Railroad Co.
Ccupinn '■ le March 1. IP»'7. from First and Refunding
four p^r cent. bnn,ls of this company will he raH pn
and after that flat* •: the office nt the Central Tnist
Coc.pany, 04 \Va:i s:rt»€t New York
F. 11. DAVIS, Treasurer.
KANSAS < ITY-WFSTEKN RAILWAY COMP.VNV.
Flrsi Uefunrtlns; 5 c Gold BoniSs.
foupnn No 3. due Ma'ch 1, lf>o7. will be paid at
maturity at th« office or
FISK * ROBINSON. SS Cedar St.. X. V
S D. HrTCIOXW, Treasurer.
.oiERiCAN « Ml* U company.
New Tor*. February Si tO<>7.
The monthly divi<Jen.i of ONE FER (T.N7. or. the
common stock of this Company and an extra dividend o*
ONE I'KFi i"ENT. has this .lay be^n declared. ravsM-
March 'Jih wxt to all common BtockSolders of record at
3 p. m. on Mar.-h 14th. I!Ki7.
Common stock transfer tooks will c!o*» at 3 p. m..
llarcij Mth, anil reopen March 21v at 10 a. m
HENRY ROWLEY. Treasure-.
Office of The American Coal t onpsnr
of Alletcanjr t'nuntt.
No. 1 Broadway. New York. Feb. 11. 1907.
The P^nrii of Directors of the American Coal <"V-u:panr
of Allesany COQtttjr tNev.- Jersey. h*A c. this day deciarM
a semi annual dividend of VIVE PER CENT, and an
extra dividend of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, upon th»
cajltal stock of the company. payable at this office on
FrMay. March I, 1907.
«EORtSE M BOWLBY. Treasurer.
AMERICAN SMELTERS SEC 1 RITIKS COMPANt!
71 Broadway. New York City. Feb. 11. I*> 7.
QI'ARTKKLY DIV NO 7 PP-lv STOCK. SERIES B.
Th* BoarU of TMrf.-tf.rji of th» American Smelting Se
curities Company have tr!"t day declared a dividend of
ll l«#l «# on ih» Preferred Stci-k. Series B. of the CpmpanT.
pa%atle March 1, l»07. to stockholders of record On tha:
date. •
Th,» 1»-.vk>< of th» Company for the transfer <if Pre
ferred Stock. Series R. will be closed at 3 o'clock I*. M.,
February 21. IJ»>7. airt will reopen at 10 o'clock A. SC,
Mar. h 4 Wft. O. M. KORPCN. Secretary.
Surrogates' Xoticcs.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER Or HON. ABNER C.
Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, static* Is hereby given to all person* having
claims against William Low Foster Osborn. late of the
Cocnty of New York. Jeceased. to present the same with
vouchers thereof to the iubscrlber» at their place of trans
acting business, th* office of Parsons. Closeon it M lltsms*
Rcom 1 403. No. 02 William Street, la the Boroagb et
Manhattan, in the City of New Tiork. en or before, tit
23th day of March. 1907. next.
Dated New York, the 11th .lay of September, 190S
MARGARET A. O3BORN. I _,*ZI
ARTHUR 11. OSBORK. V e.x«KUtora.
PARSON? CUOSSON * McIXA'AINC. Attorney* for Ex
ecutors. 82 William St.. N. T.
TLSL.ET. ROSAMOND H. -IN PVRSUANCE OT A3*
X order of Hon. Abner C Thoma». a Surrogate
cf the County Of New York, not!;?* Is hereby given to all
persons having claims against Roaam«n<J H. Haley. lat«
of the County of New York, deceased. t» present the
same with voucher* thereof, to the subscriber* at their
place of transacting business, at the ot9ce of Atwater «>
Ctulk!<!>ank No. 43 Cedar Street. In the Borough of Mta
hattan. Oiv al New York, on or before the Ist dai of
March next.
Dated New To- ft. the 13th day e-f August. iaO6.
RII.AS A. ILSLET. Charles bCrkhalter.
Bsarutora.
ATWATUR * CnUIKSHANK. AttorMT* for Kzacutora.
<:: Cedar Street. Manhattan. New York City.
SAGE. RUSSELL.— IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
so of lion A.>.\«r C. Thomas, a. Surrogate of th»
County of Sam York, notice It hereby given to all
prisons hating cia'n-s aealnat Russell Sage, late of th»
County of N-'. York, deceased, to present the. same
wlih vouchers thereof, to t>ie subscribers, at their plac*
or transacting business. Room 411. No. Si Nassau
.-!■,<•;. Boroufh of Manhattan. In the City of New
York, on or before the 3«ih day of April next.
Out. d. New York, the 17th day of October. 190*.
MARUARET OLIVIA SAGE. Executrix.
CHARLES W. OSBORNE. JOHN P. MINN. Exacutar*.
CHAIU. IS A. OARPINER. Attorney for C TV. O*tora«
and J. i- Mann Executors. U-Jl Par!; Row Bor
oui-h of ?.lanh» tan. Now York City.
DErOIVKST BROTHERS. Attorney, for M* — are*
Olivia Sage. Executrix. SO Broad Street. Borough nt
Manhattan. New York City.
Xotice of Summons.
I 4 tITY <>i !.:• OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.— THE
\J Olllln rriiiilnsr Company. Plaintiff, against I.jura
j tiiexar Itrnnett. othoruls* knotvn a* 1.3 ura Blckui D»
j tvn.l.-.nt. Summon. To the .\iicve named defendant:
Yob ire hereby •wnnoavd to answer -— complaint la this
action, and to --■"<■•• n «-or*r of your answer on th»
r Plaintiffs attorney Within ten iuvi after the service of
I thin nuramciw, fschas ln fit the lay of «ervlc». and In
• aaa . f yinr failure to appear, or answer. Judgment w!'l
' be tak-ti against yuu by il-»'a;iU for the relief dcmarievl
i In the .-i-mplalr.t.
Date I New York, lleccmhfr I'tlv I'W.
JULIAN a, ROBEKTB. Plaintiffs Attorney, p.*t mi-
AddreM and •'«!.•.•. No. « RiQ Street." Borough of
Manhattan, City of New York.
To luiura Itlirsar Bennett, otherwise known a» Laura,
, lllcsar: Th* laraSDiea summon.* Is served upon yon with -
i out th« State, pursuant to an enter of H->n. \VI!;Un> II
, ■»\'a'iham». Justice nt the City Court cf the City of New
; York, dated the nisi day .>? January. 10iC. and ft! -a with
. the complaint In the , m.-* of the Clerk of the City Court
j of the City of New Tork. i-> the Uru«nstone Rulldlni
1 No. .-2 Chambers Street, In the -Borough of Manha:ta_i!
! i Its of Not York, on t'.ic 2n<i day of February. 1807
Yours, etc..
JI.XIAN G. ROBERTS Vttorne; for Plaintiff. Office asa
P. ' ». address. B Wall Street, Poroujh at Manhattan.
Oty of New York.
Hate.l. New Ycrk. February 2nd. 1907.
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